ST. PAUL, MN (KDAL) - The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development has awarded to grants to help in the clean up of two contaminated sites in Duluth. The grants include 265 thousand dollars for the 16 acre Atlas Industrial Park site, the former location of a cement plant. Plans call for an expansion of the Ikonics facility and creation of a new building for a future tenant. The city will also get nearly 358 thousand dollars to clean an area that previously contained gas stations and an auto repair facility. The space will be used by the Rohlfing Distribution center with construction of a 12 thousand square foot warehouse. The two grants are part of 5.2 million awarded by DEED for seven contaminated sites in Minnesota.
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